Level 6 Higher Certificate in Process Technologies

This course starts in September and is flexibly designed to suit the needs of those in employment. Lectures are a blend of online, distance and 2 Saturdays per month in Dublin or Cork.

This unique level 6 certificate in process technologies programme is designed to help you reach your true potential in the medical device, pharmaceutical and food sectors. Graduates will receive an accredited higher-level science and technology qualification that meets the demand for STEM skills required within the industries. This course is uniquely designed to minimise disruption to your schedule with flexible, part-time delivery and blended e-Learning solutions.

This course is delivered by industry professionals ensuring you receive the most up to date and relevant STEM skills to advance your career in operator, technician or supervisory roles in the high growth food, pharma and medical device sectors.

Innopharma College of Applied Sciences courses are designed with your career advancement in mind. Specifically designed for those looking for a career in the process manufacturing pharmaceutical, medical device or food sectors, our courses up-skill and equip people from diverse backgrounds with the knowledge and skills necessary to successfully secure promising career opportunities in these fast-growing sectors.

Innopharma College of Applied Sciences, in conjunction with TUD - Tallaght Campus, developed this new Higher Certificate in Process Technologies to provide highly trained graduates to for the BioPharma, Medical Device and Food & Beverage Sectors.

Why up-skill for the STEM process manufacturing sectors in Ireland? 

  • Over 130,000 people employed within the industries
  • Over 40,000 new jobs predicted 
  • Combined total of over €62 billion in exports 
  • 8 out of the world's 10 medical device companies are located in Ireland
  • 9 of the top 10 world's biopharma companies are located in Ireland
  • The Food Industry is our largest indigenous sector with a turnover of €26 billion
  • Our graduates are now working in leading pharma and medtech companies in Ireland including the following: